I am beyond excited and honored to share that exclusive, one-of-a-kind KOLTON.J pieces are now featured at The National Museum of Women in the Arts (http://www.nmwa.org/)! In coordination with their Women Who Rock exhibit, I designed custom pieces and named each piece after a famous female rocker.
The Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power is a “provocative exhibition that illustrates the importance of women in the world of popular music from the 1920s to present day. It highlights the flashpoints, the firsts, the best, and the celebrated and sometimes lesser-known women whose artistry advanced the progress of rock-and-roll music. Featuring more than 250 artifacts and performance videos, the exhibition moves through rock-and-roll eras, demonstrating how women have been engines of creation and change. Featured artifacts from these women and many more include clothing, musical instruments, handwritten lyrics and music, session cards, concert posters, photographs, dressing room notes, appointment notebooks, and a Tony award statuette.”
All pieces are available at The National Museum of Women in the Arts located at 1250 New York Avenue NW, Washington DC 20005 (202-783-5000). This exhibit is not one to miss!